Cloud Management with StratoBase
Customers who move their IT assets to the cloud today are faced with the challenges of managing assets using a common interface for provisioning, management, and reporting. This problem is further exasperated when a customer has to use multiple cloud providers. The net result is a hesitation to fully adopt and tap the potential of the cloud.
StratoBase® provides a powerful multi-cloud orchestration and reporting engine. With a single interface and credentials, IT personnel, business unit users, and support partners can access, provision, manage, and report on a customer’s assets in multiple cloud environments. This capability removes the lack of visibility through single-pane-of-glass control and monitoring. Some of the key StratoBase® features include:
- Self-Service delivers intuitive easy-to-use provisioning and management for developers, application teams, and business users to quickly provision applications and technology stacks into cloud environments.
- Orchestration delivers a comprehensive management solution and set of workflows that enables users and IT personnel to manage workloads in the cloud under policies that govern the use of cloud resources across the enterprise.
- Analytics provides single-pane-of-glass management for technical, business, and financial users to visualize, forecast, and optimize cloud resources.
- Multi-Cloud Abstraction Engine (MCAE) delivers a single connection point and built-in application programming that covers private, public, and hybrid cloud environments.
Customer IT departments can establish an IT and purchasing-approved catalog of cloud services that is subject to approval rules and policies, which can be used by the entire organization. StratoBase® allows users to leverage a robust set of enterprise-IT workflows that have been proven within Fortune 500 IT organizations. This capability drastically reduces the amount of time required to roll out enterprise-wide cloud orchestration under complex scenarios
StratoBase® allows IT Managers to release their IT capacity consumers into the public domain cloud in a controlled and approved manner, thereby reducing shadow-IT and cloud sprawl. With role and hierarchy based user management, permissions and control become easy to deploy and manage.